“Crab Pots” stacked on the beach in Homer, Alaska, await the fishing season. Crabbing in Alaska was at its peak in 1981 with a $210 million harvest of king, dungeness, and snow (tanner) crab. The fishery currently sustains a $75 million to $100 million industry.
© Sam Kimura
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